Hymns of the Ages: being selections from Wither, Cranshaw, Southwell, Habington, and other sources (2nd series)

Editor: C. S. Guild, Anne E. Guild
Publisher: Ticknor & Fields, Boston, 1861
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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144I mourn no more my vanished yearsPage Scan
147A strong and mailéd angerPage Scan
149The loppéd tree in time may grow againPage Scan
150One time I was allowed to steerPage Scan
151Let them that would build castles in the airPage Scan
152Prayer--the church's banquet; angel's agePage Scan
153O joyes! infinite sweetness! with what flowersPage Scan
154A garden so well watererd before mornPage Scan
155aOur Saviour, (pattern of true holiness)Page Scan
155bCome to the morning prayerPage Scan
156There is an eye that never sleepsPage Scan
157Alone with God! day's craven caresPage Scan
159O for a heart to praise my GodPage Scan
160Oh! that mine eye might closéd bePage Scan
161O make our house Thy sanctuary!Page Scan
162Spirit Divine! attend our prayerPage Scan
163Abide with me. Fast falls the eventidePage Scan
165My stock lies dead; and no increasePage Scan
166Our Father--Page Scan
168This is the Sabbath day!Page Scan
169Now that the sun is beaming brightPage Scan
170O silence deep and strange!Page Scan
171O Love Divine, that stooped to sharePage Scan
172Awake, my soul! awake, mine eyes!Page Scan
173Sleep! drowsy Sleep! come close mine eyesPage Scan
174Quietly rest the woods and dalesPage Scan
176Another day is numbered with the pastPage Scan
177aUnto the glory of thy Holy NamePage Scan
177bHow good a God have we! who for our sakePage Scan
179Calm on the listening ear of nightPage Scan
180Gloomy night embraced the placePage Scan
182Our Lord and brother who put onPage Scan
183The Son of God goes forth to warPage Scan
185Whilst Andrew, as a fisher, soughtPage Scan
186Yes! our Shepherd leads with gentle handPage Scan
187In the silent midnight watchesPage Scan
188When our purest delights are nipt in the blossomPage Scan
189Whither, O whither should I flyPage Scan
190Jesus, immutably the samePage Scan
191Jesus! the ladder of my faithPage Scan
192My soul, why dost thou in my breastPage Scan
194He that from dross would win the precious orePage Scan
195My hope is built on nothing lessPage Scan
196Watcher, who wakest by the bed of painPage Scan
197Jesus, my Saviour, look on mePage Scan
199With tearful eyes I look aroundPage Scan
201Long did I toil, and knew no earthly restPage Scan
202I journey through a desert drear and wildPage Scan
203Stand but your ground, your ghostly foes will flyPage Scan
204See the Day-Spring from afarPage Scan
206O way for all that live! heal us by pain and lossPage Scan
207Life's mystery--deep, restless as the OceanPage Scan
209I love (and have some cause to love) the earthPage Scan
210In all extremes, Lord. thou art stillPage Scan
212Up to those bright and gladsome hillsPage Scan
213Come, oh! come, with sacred laysPage Scan
215Happy me! O happy sheepPage Scan
218All praise and thanks to God most highPage Scan
220Thou art my all--to Thee I fleePage Scan
222What though the comforts of the lightPage Scan
223If God is mine, then present thingsPage Scan
224When, before, my God commandedPage Scan
226O thou by long experience triedPage Scan
227My God with me in every place!Page Scan
228Without the smile of God upon the soulPage Scan
229Thou, Lord! who rear'st the mountains' heightPage Scan
231My Father is the mighty Lord, whose armPage Scan
232O Father-Eye! that hath so truly watch'dPage Scan
233Light of light enlighten mePage Scan
235Beyond the smiling and the weepingPage Scan
237A little longer yet, a little longerPage Scan
239When Thou shalt pass this world to enthronePage Scan
240Ye dainty mosses, lichens grayPage Scan
241There are those who fear thy summons, Death!Page Scan
242Now let our souls on wings sublimePage Scan
243My God! I know that I must diePage Scan
245Why longéd Paul to be dissolv'dPage Scan
246What mean ye by this wailingPage Scan
248Soul's joy, now I am gonePage Scan
249As virtuous men pass mildly awayPage Scan
251'Tis but one family,--the sound is balmPage Scan
252Come forth! come on, with solemn song!Page Scan
254Lift not thou the wailing voicePage Scan
255Sweet babe, she glancéd into our world to seePage Scan
256O think that, while you're weeping herePage Scan
257If joy be made when men are bornPage Scan
258Deathless principle, arise!Page Scan
260Enthroned upon a hill of lightPage Scan
262Another hand is beckoning usPage Scan
264O hearts that never cease to yearnPage Scan
266Good night! a word so often saidPage Scan
267I fashioned in my soul a fantasyPage Scan
269O! that in unfettered unionPage Scan
274The golden palace of my GodPage Scan
275When the death-dews dim my eyesPage Scan
277Over the river they beckon to mePage Scan
279Brief life is here our portionPage Scan
280O thou, on earth beloved, adoredPage Scan
282Hark! hark! the voice of ceaseless praisePage Scan
284When tempests toss, and billows rollPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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